Atomic Bent Chetler 100 vs Kastle TX103

Great all-around performance
Stable at speed
Versatile for all-mountain skiing
Great performance in deep powder and on firm snow
Light and solid feel
Impressive purchase and delivery process from Ski Uphill
Not as playful as some other skis
Not recommended for beginners or lighter skiers
Some reviewers suggest it may not be the best choice for park skiing
Not suitable for those who prefer a less directional ski
None mentioned by reviewers


The Atomic Bent Chetler 100 receives mixed reviews, with some praising its all-around performance and others finding it lacking in playfulness. It is recommended for more advanced skiers and those who prioritize stability at speed. Other skis that are suggested as alternatives include the Blizzard Rustler 9, Line Sick Day 94, and Salomon QST 98. It is important to choose the appropriate length based on weight and personal preference. Overall, the Atomic Bent Chetler 100 is a solid choice for those looking for a versatile all-mountain ski.


Overall, the Kastle TX103 receives positive reviews from customers. One reviewer notes that the ski is directional and suggests looking at the Freeride version of the Enforcer instead. However, another reviewer raves about the ski's performance in deep powder and on firm snow, and also praises the purchase and delivery process from Ski Uphill. Both reviewers focus solely on the Kastle TX103 and do not mention any other products.


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